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    This week, the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center will dedicate an exhibit that has been a long time coming. The new, 5,100-square-foot space will display the infantry’s early history from 1775 to 1889 — the part of the branch’s history that’s been missing from the museum until now. After eight years, the museum’s original concept and desire to showcase this crucial part of our country’s military history has finally come to fruition. The new exhibit, “Securing Our Freedom/Defining the Nation,” boasts over 175 artifacts from the time period.

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National Infantry Museum opens new exhibit

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